THE RITZ-CARLTON, FORT LAUDERDALE

1 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304 U.S.A.
Phone:  +1 (954) 465-2300   •  Map & Directions
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Meeting Services



Call upon the expertise of our dedicated Meeting Services specialists who thrive on creating pitch-perfect events of any scale.



Environmental Responsibility


At The Ritz-Carlton, we have a genuine commitment to be supportive to the community and sensitive to the environment. Our environmental responsibility initiatives deliver an unparalleled guest experience while protecting our natural resources. We are committed to engaging our Ladies and Gentlemen in a comprehensive sustainability strategy, led by our property-based Ritz-Carlton Environmental Action Conservation Teams (REACT). Within our hotels, we are mindful of our impact on the environment by reducing energy and water usage, offering a linen and terry reuse program, implementing recycling initiatives, and utilizing environmentally preferable cleaning products. Our Ladies and Gentlemen are proud to offer organic and local foods and sustainable seafood in our restaurants, organic treatments and products in our spas, paperless billing to guests upon checkout, and continuously seek opportunities to purchase more sustainable products throughout the hotel. Locally, our ladies and gentlemen work to better the environment through community projects such as native plant restoration, the protection of endangered species and the creation of community gardens.

VolunTeaming


VolunTeaming is now offered under The Ritz-Carlton social responsibility program, Community Footprints. Transcending traditional group activities, VolunTeaming combines teambuilding with volunteer activities that create lasting memories for the participants. Recognizing that many groups want their teambuilding time to make a meaningful contribution, these programs enable guests to be a force for good and feel personally connected to the place that they visit.

Protecting Fort Lauderdale's Urban Oasis
The Hugh Taylor Birch State Park provides resource-based recreation while preserving, interpreting and restoring natural and cultural resources. Your group can take an introductory guided walk through the Tropical Hardwood Hammock trail, a rare ecosystem of various foliage and exotic plants, and extract invasive plants that have encroached on the area, preventing the native plants from surviving. This socially responsible teambuilding activity protects Fort Lauderdale’s urban oasis in a way that is meaningful to participants, the environment and local inhabitants.

Please contact your meetings and special events professional for details on how VolunTeaming activities can be matched to group.
Green Meetings:
Please ask one of our Sales Manager’s how you can host a “Green Meeting.”